Thank you Bringonthenight, LadyFree28, swansonplace, and Jenngirl34 for the pretty smart ideas!
Yeah, I've been watching Youtube videos on skills and other new RNs experiences and they are awesome with refreshing my studies and keeping my anxiety a little lower *whew*
I have my BLS, ACLS certification and I'd love to do the EKG class and others but sadly my funds are getting pretty thin for them. I've got something saved for my relocation(Yes, I'm moving to another state. The Lone Star State! Howdy partner!
) but I don't think I have enough for more than $200 per class.
I'm pretty good with my instructors but my nursing school
is outside the country. Does anybody have a private jet I could borrow?
My soon to be preceptor said that the observation unit has a lot of assessments and documentation particularly for "Dx Chest pain, TIA/Stoke, hypertensive emergency, ETOH abuse, s/p angiogram, Afib with RVR, CHF and a lot more" so I got 3 of the F.A. Davis' notes(RNotes, Docu Notes, IV Med Notes). Most of the new RN's here and on Youtube said that it helped them during their internship.
What other resources do you think would prepare me most the observation unit?